Catena Zapata Nicolas Catena Zapata 2015

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Zeni Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Barriques 2013

A very approachable Amarone, though not typical, it’s distinguished by some very noticeable blackcurrant on the palate, along with cherry, strawberry, raspberry,...

Tribute Red Blend 2014

A magical Red Blend that’s wonderful from opening through to its long finish. Aromas of espresso, cassis, leather and smoke.  Plenty of...

Parmela Creamery, Shredded Pepper Jack Style

Parmela Creamery uses whole, fresh cashew milk and a 30-day culture process to produce all of its cheeses, including the Shredded Pepper...

Nicolas Catena, an Italian immigrant, planted his first vineyard in Mendoza in 1902. Now in its fourth generation, it remains one of a few family-owned wineries that remains in Argentine hands. One of the gems they offer is this blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec, with scintillating aromas of ripe red fruits, blackberry, plum, cassis, chocolate, anise, nutmeg and leather. The dominant note on the palate is dark cherry, with hints of oak, licorice and vanilla.  We recommend pairing with Artisan Fauxgonzola Tree Nut Rounds.

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